The genetics of stamenoid petal production in oilseed rape (Brassica napus) and equivalent variation in Arabidopsis thaliana View Full Text


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1997-06

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M. J. Fray, P. Puangsomlee, J. Goodrich, G. Coupland, E. J. Evans, A. E. Arthur, D. J. Lydiate

ABSTRACT

The agronomic potential of a Brassica napus variant with petalless flowers was compromised by an associated detrimental change in leaf morphology. Genetic analysis demonstrated the cosegregation of genes controlling both morphologies. Two STAP loci controlling the production of flowers with stamenoid petals were mapped to homoeologous locations in the genome of B. napus. The STAP loci were probably duplicate genes because they exhibited an epistatic interaction such that only plants homozygous for recessive stap alleles at both loci expressed the variant phenotype. The CURLY LEAF (CLF) gene of Arabidopsis thaliana pleiotropically influences both flower and leaf morphologies. The cloned CLF gene of Arabidopsis was homologous to a polymorphic B. napus locus coincident with one of the B. napus STAP loci. The possibility that CLF is a candidate gene for STAP suggests that the variant stap alleles of B. napus exert pleiotropic effects over both flower and leaf morphologies. More... »

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731-736

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